LOS ANGELES (CBSLA.com) — There is nothing quite like a family reunion.
Guard Jordan Farmar, who played the first four seasons of his career with the Lakers, has reportedly agreed to return to Los Angeles.
Farmar, who has since played stints with the New Jersey Nets, as well as in the Turkish Basketball League, was drafted out of UCLA in 2006.
The sides are reportedly agreeing to a one-year, veteran minimum contract.
Farmar played in 82 games in the championship 2009-10 season, shooting .435 from the field. He signed as a free agent with the Nets in 2010 for $3.75 million, where he started in 23 of 112 games played, tallying a career-high 1796 minutes played in 2010-11.
The Lakers are expected to continue preparations for a rebuilding year after veteran big-man Dwight Howard stated his intention to sign with the Houston Rockets, rather than remain in Los Angeles.